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    Infographic: Nokia Isn't Dead

    Infographic: Nokia Isn't Dead | News & Opinion | PCMag.com

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    here's the link if you want to see it full size - Is Nokia Dead?

    Finnish cell phone manufacturer Nokia may get a bad rap on Wall Street, given this country's devotion to Apple iPhones and Android devices, but tonight (or Tuesday morning, Singapore time) Nokia CEO Stephen Elop will speak in a market where his company is still king: Asia-Pacific.

    In this part of the world, Nokia enjoys a cell phone market share of nearly 40 percent compared to the seven percent it has in the U.S.

    According to program guide for Nokia Connection 2011, which is being held this week in Singapore, Elop will provide an overview of Nokia's new strategy, the resulting new ecosystem, and the importance of the South East Asia Pacific market in his new strategy. He will also tease some upcoming products and service launches. PCMag will be monitoring closely all the Nokia Connection news from afar, so be sure to check back for the latest on Nokia.

    Notably, this is Elop's first major speech in Asia since he became CEO in 2010; prior to that he was president of Microsoft.

    In recent months Nokia has had to put out a lot of fires: a downward revision of its sales forecasts, rumors of a Microsoft acquisition, the abrupt departure of a long-time chief technology officer, and thousands of layoffs following the recently-announced partnership with Microsoft.

    Most of the news looks grim until you look at the company from another angle: mobile advertising success. Mobile ad analytics firm InnerActive has created the following infographic highlighting Nokia's CPM (cost per thousand impressions) and CTR (click through rates) compared to other mobile operating systems; clearly when it comes to ad revenue, the negative media attention has had little affect.

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    hope nokia be better financially speaking, btw checkout the new Nokia E5 its like a blackberry, best choice for its low price!
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    It might not be dead yet, but it's loosing it's market share and fast (look at nokia):
    Samsung sees 300% growth in smartphone market share
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    The best thing about life is that the giants of previous times, are the losers of the new times. Remember IBM, and HP, and Compaq?
    It means the same will happen to Facebook, Google, and Microsot
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    Hp really went down the drain in the past years. They've still maintained a name in the ink-jet business, but everything else has been getting bad reviews. As for IBM, it's quite dead from a consumer's perspective but as a company it is tied up in a lot of domains and with it's large patents portfolio coupled with many research grants it might never fade.
    As for Nokia, it's new found love for Windows Mobile OS might bring some love back, or it might just be Microsoft's play for a take over when nokia's shares drop even more.
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    I am currently testing some site with an Iphone 4, an Android a Symbian and a Blackberry phone.
    Symbian is, by far, the most contra-intuitive, buggy, ugly OS in the bunch. Even worst than some proprietary firmwares.
    No wonder they went straight to hell.
    And now they're replacing it with WP7/mango whatever MS decides to call it this week.
    They won't go bankrupt, but they better come up with a niche market or they will go all the way down to "just another cellphone brand"
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    Symbian is, by far, the most contra-intuitive, buggy, ugly OS in the bunch. Even worst than some proprietary firmwares.
    Symbian is not buggy if you just want to use it for feature phone,it was never design to run smart phone...symbian is always going to be with nokia for their low end phone..
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    in india it is pretty dead.. nokia is alive because of their cell phones under range 5000 rs,,
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